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Statement from the Press Office of the Holy See on Cardinal O'Brien

15 May 2013

Mercoledì, 15.05.2013 N. 0301
Pubblicazione: Immediata

His Eminence Cardinal Keith Patrick O Brien, Archbishop Emeritus of St. Andrews and
Edinburgh, for the same reasons he decided not to participate in the last Conclave, and in
agreement with the Holy Father, will be leaving Scotland for several months for the purpose of
spiritual renewal, prayer and penance. Any decision regarding future arrangements for His
Eminence shall be agreed with the Holy See.

Per le stesse ragioni per cui decise di non prendere parte all ultimo Conclave, il
Card. Keith Patrick O Brien, Arcivescovo emerito di St. Andrews and Edinburgh, d intesa con
il Santo Padre, nei prossimi giorni lascerà la Scozia per alcuni mesi di rinnovamento spirituale,
preghiera e penitenza. Ogni decisione circa la destinazione futura del Cardinale sarà da
concordare con la Santa Sede.

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